A.D. Farrow Harley-Davidson ramping up 100th anniversary plans

Publish Date: 
Jun 8, 2012

Top 100 dealer A.D. Farrow Harley-Davidson, just weeks from its 100th anniversary slated for June 23, will host a free fashion show with students from Ohio State University and a free concert with big hair band Warrant.

The dealership has chosen Flying Horse Farms as the beneficiary of alcohol sales for that day. Flying Horse Farms, just outside of Mt. Gilead, Ohio, provides camp experiences for children with serious illnesses.

"We are in the business of providing joy to those who need it most," says Mimi Dane, CEO of Flying Horse Farms. "We hope that our camp will become a second home and beloved destination for children and families across the Midwest. The sponsors, riders, and volunteers of the Flying Horse Ride help make this dream a reality. We're so grateful for their commitment to raise money for our campers and raise awareness about Flying Horse Farms across the Midwest."

Later this year, A.D. Farrow will host the fourth annual Flying Horse Ride to the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Mich. The ride is scheduled for mid-September.

Posted by Holly Wagner

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